L-Com's HyperLink series sees omnidirectional antenna addition

Connectivity product maker L-com Global Connectivity is adding a new antenna to its HyperLink brand. The HG72705CUPR-NF antenna is an omnidirectional ceiling-mounted device that L-com said is tailored to in-building wireless networks, like distributed antenna systems (DAS).

The manufacturer said the antenna offers a range of coverage from 700 MHz to 2700 MHz, eliminating the need for multiple antennas and installations. Due to its coverage range, the antenna can support cellular 4G/LTE, Personal Communications Services and Wi-Fi 802.11b/g networks, according to an L-com press release. The release also said the new device's PIM rating is lower than -150 dBC, making it compliant with strict LTE/4G band requirements.

Because the HG72705CUPR-NF is meant to simply installation, L-com said it requires only one 11/16th inch hole for ceiling mounting, and cooperates with both solid and suspended ceilings up to an inch thick. Additionally, the release pointed out that the antenna uses a single-feed system needing only one coaxial cable for installation. Release

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